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Do you get nervous only when you speak to groups?

Many clients told me, “I’m comfortable when I speak on a one-to-one basis. But I get nervous when I speak to groups.” Who doesn’t get nervous in public speaking? Speaking in front a group can stir the terror of being judged and humiliated, while it may not happen when speaking to one person. If you…

Your Voice Is Your Energy

“Everything is energy.” So is your voice. What level of energy are you sending out when you speak? Energy forms presence. When you want to elevate your presence, you can not let your voice drag you down. Voice is as sound waves. It sends out attraction or repulsion. Elevating your presence without elevating your sound vibration…

Voice Work Is More Than Working on the Voice

A client came to me for one-to-one voice coaching recently. He was confused, “I’ve been watching your YouTube videos, and read your book a few times. But I still couldn’t seem to ge the breathing right. I’m also so nervous when I gave presentations.” Upon digging deeper with this client, I realized it was the…

“I Have to Speak Fast to Keep the Audience’s Attention “

This is a very common reason for some of my clients to end up speaking fast. If you want to keep your audience’s attention, this is the wrong way to go. Your audience will try very hard catching up with you. Eventually they’ll give up and tune out. The result is just the opposite to…

Your Voice Needs Breaths Support

What does a voice sound like if it’s not supported by the breaths? Unfortunately, most people speak with a voice that’s less and less supported by the breaths. I often sit in the cafe by a group of people and hear their voices squeezing out of the throat. It is sad to see most people have…

Don’t Try Hard to Project Your Voice

Most people think that they have to try hard in order to project their voice. Many of my clients tried so hard in their practices in order to project their voice. Proper voice projection is not achieved by working hard, but just the opposite, by laying back, referring to relaxing. This is a surprise to…

Does Reading out Loud Help with Your Voice Improvement?

Many students in my workshops asked if reading out loud would be a good exercise for them to improve their voices. The answer is no. It’s not only won’t help you improve your voice properly, but also runs the possibility of hurting your voice. The proper voice projection comes from proper breathing and full resonance…

Are you trying hard to push your voice and end up sounding forceful?

Many of my clients used to speak with a soft voice. When they tried hard to push their voice out of the throat, they often ended up sounding too forceful, too loud or too “aggressive”. It also happened to those clients who wanted to sound strong and firm but ended up sounding too forceful. Pushing your…

Voice Coaching for Public Speakers

Great public speakers do not work on their voices to give a better speech. Great public speakers work on their voices to become a better speaker who aligns their voice with the truth of who they are and thus aligns the best of themselves with the heart of their message. Great voice coaching helps you get aligned with yourself physically, followed…

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